A minimalist 96-page guide to help you create memorable settings for any tabletop roleplaying system.
Worldbuilding can be a lot of fun. Whether you're planning a campaign, designing your own tabletop roleplaying game, or just exercising your creativity with no set purpose in mind, developing a setting of your very own is deeply satisfying. You can spend hours, days, or years adding details and creating... [click here for more]
A minimalist 96-page guide to creating memorable stories for any tabletop roleplaying system or setting.
Building Adventures is a system-agnostic book about respecting player creativity and agency while reducing the burden of gamemaster preparation. There is a way to create tabletop roleplaying scenarios that don’t require the gamemaster to be ready for every possibility, without... [click here for more]
A toolkit for creating tabletop roleplaying elements for any system, setting, or genre. Building Characters explores what goes into crafting memorable and enjoyable tabletop roleplaying character backgrounds. The book looks at how they influence, and are influenced by, the worldbuilding, adventures, and rules of a tabletop roleplaying game. By the end you’ll have... [click here for more]
Create memorable characters with great story potential!
This is the first edition. You can find the second edition here.
At the heart of all great stories are strong characters. It doesn’t matter whether you’re reading a short story, writing a novel, or watching a play. The characters found in TV series, comic books, and games are more alike on a creative level than they are... [click here for more]
Gunwave is a tabletop role-playing system using giant robots. The rules strike a balance between speed and rich tactical options, in a simplification of elements from D&D and World of Darkness in an attempt to capture the fast-moving fun of an anime mecha series.
In Gunwave, you play with a pilot character and a mecha.
Each pilot character... [click here for more]
How can you make alignment more useful and meaningful in your roleplaying games?
This is the first edition. You can find the second edition here. Roleplaying Alignment presents a system for using the traditional nine-point alignment system to enrich your game. It presents alignment as a means for customizing your character's personality, goals, and beliefs. Simple... [click here for more]